Articles Tagged ‘Events’

Reno Outdoor Recreation

Reno Outdoor Recreation April 30, 2012 | Things to Do | Read More
All year long, Reno is a center for outdoor recreation. From the mountains and the rivers to the lakes and the desert, there is a multitude of outdoor sports to choose from in the Biggest Little City. Some of them (like fly fishing) can even be done downtown on the Truckee River. Photo by RenoTahoe

Reno is Artown

Reno is Artown April 9, 2012 | Events | Read More
During the month of July, the city of Reno becomes Artown. This month-long celebration of art, theater and dance features hundreds of events for all ages…most of them free. Photo by shortCHINESEguy/Flickr

Reno Food Truck Fridays

March 22, 2012 | Events, Food | Read More
Fridays in Reno have just gotten a bit more delicious…on wheels. The very popular food truck trend has skyrocketed in the Biggest Little City and the city will be celebrating this spring, summer and fall with Food Truck Fridays. These weekly events will take place at the old CitiCenter site on...

Top 10 Things to Do in Reno

Top 10 Things to Do in Reno October 14, 2011 | Things to Do | Read More
The Biggest Little City in the World has a surprising amount of things to do in such a small area. In the space of a day any visitor to Reno can go for a bike along the Truckee River, visit an award-winning museum or climb a mountain. Adults can live it up at any of the casinos or hiking trails in the...

Itty-Bitty Cars at the National Automobile Museum

Itty-Bitty Cars at the National Automobile Museum January 24, 2011 | Events, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
A few new bouncing bundles of joy have come to the National Automobile Museum in downtown Reno. “Quirky Rides” is the museum’s latest exhibit which features cars created by British customizer Andy Saunders and other designers. These cars are so cute you will want to take them home with...

Top Five Reno Hotels

Top Five Reno Hotels December 28, 2010 | Hotels | Read More
If you visit the Reno/Sparks area, you are most likely going to stay in a casino/hotel resort. There are many to choose from in the area, but some are going to cover everything you need in a vacation: great rooms, views of the mountains, pools and spas, restaurants, casinos for the adults and fun zones...

Reno New Year’s Events

Reno New Year’s Events December 27, 2010 | Events, Hotels, What's New | Read More
New Year’s Eve events in Reno run the gamut from lavish to laid back. The biggest event will be the downtown fireworks show at midnight right underneath the famous Reno Arch. However, because it will probably be freezing cold, there are plenty of indoor events going on around downtown Reno and...

Crawlin’ Along Downtown: Reno Beer Crawls

Crawlin’ Along Downtown: Reno Beer Crawls December 24, 2010 | Events, Nightlife | Read More
The 2010 Reno Santa Pub Crawl on December 11 attracted over 3,000 festive revelers. That’s a lot of red and white! Over the past few years, Reno has become the place to be for various beer crawls that take participants to local bars and pubs in the downtown area. These include regular beer crawls...

A Family Friendly Holiday in Reno

A Family Friendly Holiday in Reno December 3, 2010 | Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Reno is not just for the adults. The holiday season is a great time to visit the Biggest Little City with the family and experience several light shows and parades, mountain and snow sports, and good eaten’. This holiday season is bringing a good amount of snow and wintery weather to the Reno/Sparks/Tahoe...